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sushi now sushi rice

Desciption

this recipe was done on regis & kathie lee's show from the japan pavilion; this is super easy, no mirin needed.

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Steps

  1. Cook rice according to package directions
  2. Stir in remaining ingredients until combined
  3. Cool to room temperature
  4. I advise starting with just a teaspoon of salt and adding as needed as it depends on the vinegar that you have etc
  5. That will determine how salty this rice will be
  6. "i have found playing around by adding bit by bit of the vinegar and sugar will give you the taste youre looking for"

Step 6

Total Time in Minute 15

Ingredients Count 4

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Ingredients

Long-grain white rice

Rice vinegar

Sugar

Salt

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